OBJECTIVE: Grow the Xubuntu community.
- Improving the content on the "Get Involved" pages.
- Ensure that there is contact information.
- Minimize the amount of information presented to the user at once.
- Point users at low hanging fruit.
- We want users to feel like they're apart of the team; link to 5-a-day.
- Improve more comprehensive documentation on the wiki.
Get more contributors blogging & talking about Xubuntu
- Get current contributors to apply for Ubuntu membership so that their blog posts are syndicated to planet.ubuntu.com
- Post/blog about the monthly team report.
Get people contributing to the team reports; see: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Xubuntu/TeamReports
- Encourage current contributors to help out more on the #xubuntu support channel.
- Start an official Xubuntu blog?
- Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter
- Create teamwork opportunities
- User-created content on the CD (ala Ubuntu Free Culture Showcase)
- "Community Help Contact"??? (could tie in with channel opping)
Bug & Package Jams
- Improve the wiki
- Encourage teams to fix up their team pages
Regular IRC & Skype Meetings
Social networking groups & communities (Facebook, last.fm, linkedIn, etc.)
Participating in Ubuntu-wide events like OpenWeek.
- Create resources for loco teams (flyers, artwork, etc.)
Encourage users to get involved in LoCo Teams.
- Default settings for IRC and Pidgin could point to #xubuntu
- Brainstorm?? How can we better take advantage of it?